A few days ago, The New York Times, ran a series of short essays from people on its “Room for Debate” page. The question it posed? “Should employers get tough with strict policies about social media activity, so that employees face consequences at work for what they say online?”
It’s been nearly two months since Connecticut’s “medical marijuana” law became effective. Yet many employers have been blissfully ignorant about what the law provides, perhaps because Connecticut does not yet have a home-grown supply of marijuana and the registration process is just beginning.
But because of the law’s appeal, I would expect the impact…
The EEOC yesterday released important new guidance for employers on the use of arrest and conviction records by employers under Title VII. You can read the guidance here as well as a short question-and-answer document too.